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Implanon removed. Trying to conceive. Having light pink discharge. What could it be?

I had my implanon removed over two weeks ago and have been actively trying to conceieve. I had it in for the full 3 years, with no periods, only spotting here and there. I now have a very light pink almost a discharge , but its not thick, very thin/lght. I took a pregnancy test 3-4 days ago and it said neg, which I wasn t really expecting anything yet. The discharge is not heavy enough for a tampon . a light panty liner does the trick. what could it be? I am 22y/o causcasion weigh 140 and 5 8 . Thanks, Erica
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for the query.

This discharge may be mid-cycle discharge or due to some infection.If you have itching, irritation or foul smelling discharge then chances of infection are more.In that situation, you should take antibiotic pessaries after proper prescription. I don't see any advantage of pregnancy test so early.

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